ADM Hosts Process Safety Faculty Workshop Demonstrating their commitment to safety and ethical practice, Archer Daniels Midland Company hosted their 2nd annual - three-day workshop to train university faculty in process safety. Getting students more focused on hazard identification and risk reduction will benefit them regardless of whether they go to industry. -Ken Tague, ADM Faculty members learned about ADM’s operations as the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, process safety risks and the importance of creating a safety culture early on as part of undergraduates’ chemical engineering curriculum. At ADM’s faculty workshop on July 24-27, 2017, 17 faculty from 14 universities got a front row seat to the process-safety challenges colleagues’ face, and the approaches they take to stay safe. The sessions feature breakout groups, and real-life examples and tools faculty can use to incorporate process safety into their existing chemical engineering curriculum. This year at ADM, the central focus was on Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) applied to risk reduction across all orders of scale from the laboratory to pilot operations to full scale operations. Activities included a foam test at the ethanol tank farm, plant tours and vendor demonstrations. Participants also learned about ADM’s operations, process-safety risks and safety culture. Ken Tague, ADM Process Safety Manager said “Getting students more focused on hazard identification, risk reduction and determining whether the risk is tolerable will benefit them regardless of whether they go to industry or remain in research. Having students understanding these concepts benefits all industry and technology settings, not just ADM, and will ultimately save lives." See photos from the event. Doing a World of Good Through Safety and Ethical Practice AIChE’s Doing a World of Good campaign is a 5-year, $15 million effort that brings together industry, academia and AIChE’s 53,000 members to collectively advance chemical engineering and bring that expertise to bear in addressing societal needs. The Undergraduate Process Safety Learning Initiative is a major global effort and core campaign priority to accelerate process safety education and better prepare graduates for the workforce. To learn more on how your company or University can get involved, please contact, Lisa Lanzkowsky at email@example.com. Learn more about Safety and Ethical Practice, a core campaign priority to accelerate process safety education and better prepare graduates for the workforce. Give now Related Content: Mar 22, 2017 Imagine what all of us can do. The Doing a World of Good Campaign is one of the most ambitious fundraising programs in our history. AIChE expects to raise $15 million over five years that will be directed toward five transformative priorities. Learn more. May 11, 2016 Undergraduate Process Safety Learning Initiative AIChE recognizes that the best way to lead the way to a safer world is through transforming Chemical Engineering Education. Although companies have extensive safety training programs, chemical engineering graduates currently enter the workforce with limited Process Safety Education. Aug 10, 2016 Archer Daniels Midland Doing a World of Good by Educating the Educators On July 26th, 24 chemical engineering faculty members from 20 universities joined process safety leaders from ADM and the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) in Decatur, Ill, for a three day workshop to learn first-hand the process safety challenges ADM and the industry face.&nbs Feb 21, 2017 A Remarkable Year of Empowering Good In 2016, the AIChE Foundation advanced its mission to make the world a better and safer place through chemical engineering. Thanks to our generous supporters we are demonstrating our dedication to doing a world of good.